Pemberton Fire Rescue

Pemberton Fire RescuePemberton Fire Rescue provides fire protection to the Village of Pemberton and those parts of the surrounding rural areas between the Ryan River Bridge, Mount Currie, and Highway 99 South to Tisdale. Pemberton Fire Rescue covers an area of 500 kilometres and handles approximately 250 calls per year.

The Pemberton Fire Rescue Department would not be possible without the generous support of the communities, businesses and people we serve.

Fire Rescue Phone Numbers

Emergency 9-1-1
NON-Emergency Dispatch 604.938.4145
Fire Department Office 604.894.6111

Fire Rescue Supervisory Personnel

Fire Chief Robert E. Grossman
Office: 604.894.6111
rgrossman @
Fire Prevention Officer Ben Hansler
C: 604.905.8105
bylaw @

Emergency Program Coordinator


Bettina Falloon                                       C:604.938.3914
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  • Chief
  • Officers, 5 volunteer
  • Fire Prevention Officer, part-time
  • Emergency Program Coordinator, part-time
  • Firefighters, 24 volunteers


  • 3 Pumper Trucks
  • 1 Ladder Truck
  • 1 Rescue Truck
  • 1 Zodiac Rescue Boat


  • The preservation of life and property within the Pemberton area.
  • To promote fire safety and deliver educational programs.
  • To cooperate with other organizations within the community in the event of an emergency.


The Pemberton Fire Department is actively recruiting new volunteer members. Interested applicants should be permanent residents of Pemberton should be able to commit to a minimum of three hours a week for training. Download a Member Application or a copy can be obtained at the Village of Pemberton Office, 7400 Prospect Street.

Fire service reports

2010 Fire Service Report

Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel

2011 Fire Service Report - 1st Quarter

2012 Fire Service Report - 1st and 2nd Quarter

2013 Fire Service Report


Please visit the Fire Prevention Officers' Association of British Columbia for a complete list of all product recalls.

Last Updated on Wednesday, October 15, 2014